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! careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. >> this is a fox news alert. as we told you the u.s. geological survey saying it has detected a magnitude 4.9 earthquake in north korea. now, the question were the tremors caused by a naturale or fox news correspondent jennifer griffin joins us with the latest. >> we're just hearing from the agency, the international agency that monitors this kind of activity that they have detected an unusual seismic event in north korea. this is according to a spokeswoman for the comprehensive nuclear test ban treaty organization, an agency set up to monster compliance with a ban on nuclear tests. it's interesting to point out that the size of this, this seismic activity is in the 4.9 range i think you were saying and back in, if you look at the past two nuclear tests that were carried out by north korea, the first one in 2006 was a magnitude of 4.1 and during the last test 4.52 seismic magnitude so it's in the range that we saw in the past. the pentagon and other officials
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